ACEEU's Net Zero Goal

Alternate. Moderate. Compensate.
While the world is working together to achieve the 17 SDGs goal, Europe has added a layer to the agenda by focusing more efforts to combat global warming and creating the 2015 Paris Agreement. The agreement specifically sets its goal to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius while aiming for a limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius. To achieve this goal and avoid exceedingly dangerous levels of global warming requires cutting greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) in half by 2030 and reaching net-zero GHG emissions early by 2050.
Our ambition
The three keywords briefly explain ACEEU’s commitment to achieving its Net-Zero goal. ACEEU sets out its NET-ZERO goals not only to play its role in the UN Race to the Net-Zero but also to inspire other accreditation councils and HEIs to take part in limiting global warming.

Step 1: Planning

Setting the goals, defining scope and creating timeline

Step 2: Assessing

Measuring the carbon footprints produced by ACEEU’s daily activities and designing strategies

Step 3: Taking Action

Alternating use of energy with renewable sources when possible, moderating daily consumption of energy

Step 4: Monitoring

Keeping track of positive changes and rooms for improvements

Step 5: Achieving

Compensating the carbon emissions to create balance

Get in Touch

Please get in touch with us if you have any queries. We look forward to hearing from you.

Contact us Contact us Contact us